Last night we had a small gathering of friends and family at Sambuca on 72nd Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. By the end of the evening all 8 of us were well feed. It was more than just the big bowls of Tuscan and Sambuca salad we shared it was the stimulating conversation. While passing around calamari … Read More
A Daily Eats adventure to Chinatown, NYC. Click To Play
This is one out dining experience you don’t want to miss. Join for a delicious and delightful lunch at St. Bart’s Cafe with Joyce, Tony and the chiefeater at daily eats.
I don’t usually arrive any where early but this was a special occasion. It was breakfast at Gracie Mansion and chit chat about New Media. Two out of three of my favorite subjects: breakfast and new media. I’m more about constructive chit chat not so much chatter. For some reason I had it in my head that breakfast was at … Read More
I love bean cakes! I love bean cakes. I discovered that wonderful little Japanese market on East 23rd Street at Madison. You’re emerged in a truly colorful experience.
Dinner What to do with chicken, broccoli, cashew, onions, garlic? Dice the chicken, chop the broccoli, slice the onions, and crush the garlic. Put it in a pan with some olive oil, chili oil, lite soy sauce. Stir fry and eat. Add one cup of brown rice.
Click to listen: Chocolate chip pancakes, crispy turkey bacon, side of fruit. Good old fashion cup of joe. Georgio’s Country Grill, one of my favorite Hell’s Kitchen neighoborhood eaterys. Excellent breakfast! Awesome diner and coffee shop. Georgio’s Country Grill 801 9th Ave, New York 10019, at 53rd St Phone: 212-977-1150
I was listening to WNYC NPR, Mark Phillips report this morning about “Famous Fat Dave Cab Driver Seeks the Valuable Food Tips“. This morning on NPR I heard the best story about a true food lover: Famous Fat Dave, who has a degree from NYU in History but chose to drive a cab. Dave Freedenberg discovered his love and passion … Read More
There is Indian food on 6th Street and Indian food in Little India, and then there is Indian food in Jackson Heights. Forget the Jackson Diner, walk right past it to Delhi Palace. Take a seat along with the Indian families and the tourists and the new New Yorkers there bringing their out-of-town visitors. Ignore them. Focus on the food. … Read More
Well, Curry-in-a-Hurry certainly delivers on its name, when you dine in! I tried my favorite dish–palek paneer–on Tuesday, February 22nd at this no-fuss, no-nonsense eat-in or take-out restaurant on the corner of Lexington and 28th Street. The counter-boys also convinced me to try two chicken kebobs. Well this little meal comes with a all-you-can-eat salad and all-you-can-muster chutney bar for … Read More